Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page.
The CEO of Alphabet, Google's parent company, spoke in a soft staccato and was hard to understand at times.
You did copy the code
Bicks moved on to another e-mail, which he was allowed to put up on the courtroom screens.
"Yes, and a broader deal around other things, like branding and cooperation," said Page.
It must be done very carefully, not to use any existing implementation of those systems.
Google presented its case first; it has the burden of proof since its defense is limited to "fair use."